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Old 05-21-2015, 10:48 AM   #1
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Haven't done this in a while.... crap!

Hmmmm I need to dig up some old pics

Roasted rainbow carrots with black garlic, made this a while ago



Here we have a smoked/seared Porterhouse, pretty sure this is 4lb





Smoked bone-in Ribeye, look at the color difference with the other steaks








The next pics have terrible lighting, cell phone camera, but this was a guys dinner I did several months ago, one of the best dinners i've cooked

1st course

Pan roasted chilean sea bass over a fennel and radish salad with a lemon vinaigrette. The sea bass got a little chewed up during cooking because my brothers "non-stick" pan was..... beyond recognition.



2nd course

Lobster Risotto, risotto cooked with saffron, lemon peel, and chives as well. pics may look deceiving but that is a half tail from a 3lb lobster. Underneath there was as much lobster as there was risotto.



3rd course

Roasted duck leg over navy beans braised with pancetta. This dish was just ridiculously amazing, super happy with the way this came out.



4th course

NY Strip with sweet potato puree, roasted shitake mushrooms, pickled radish, and a black walnut bordelaise. Dish came out a little sloppy but it was getting cold quick so I needed to hurry up.






Strip steak and roasted beet salad with goat cheese crumbles




Nothing wrong with a little smoked brisket yea?





Homemade string bean salad... just a touch of some good red wine vinegar and olive oil, could eat it every day



Crispy skin King Salmon, by far the easiest thing to make




This may not look too appetizing but its absolutely delicious and healthy. Ground chicken and lean beef cooked with a little indian flare served on top of Boston lettuce. Cooked up some onions, tomatoes, and garlic, then added... idk... cumin, garam something, curry powder, turmeric, etc, something else i can't pronounce, and ended up with this




And thats it for now
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Very impressive dude. Definitely next league from where you were just a few years ago. The steaks and your technique on them are of interest me, I haven't seen that technique before... care to go into more detail for the start/finish process?
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